Password Recovery Bundle 2014 is meant to help you recover lost and forgotten passwords or product keys from a large variety of programs. It can either retrieve the passwords or completely reset them, and it supports a lot of applications, including instant messengers (MSN, AIM, Google Talk, Trillian, Miranda, Pidgin, etc.), e-mail clients (Outlook, Windows Mail, Outlook Express, Eudora, The Bat!, Thunderbird, etc.), browsers (Opera, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, etc.), and other types of programs (FTP clients, file managers, etc.).
Though it is very comprehensive, its interface is simple. Unfortunately, it is also poorly organized. I dislike a lot that the password retrieval job can be launched for each supported application only from a drop-down menu which is too large and, therefore, rather inconvenient to use. The access to more specific tasks and tools, like recovering product keys or revealing the passwords under asterisk fields, are inserted almost randomly among the other functions. In fact, Password Recovery Bundle 2014 is an interface that bundles together multiple standalone tools, each one with its own advantages, disadvantages, and licensing restrictions.
Cutting a long story short, though being powerful and comprehensive, Password Recovery Bundle 2014 fails to impress me. Its messy interface and the confusing licensing limitations make me refrain myself from recommending its current version.